Rediscovering Miles Rock
A gift to Lehigh Libraries Special Collections creates a snapshot of one of Lehigh’s first graduates—a naturalist, civil engineer and astronomer—and offers new research opportunities.
Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for more than 7,000 students.
Latest LUAG exhibition will feature Himalayan art, which includes works from the Tibetan Plateau, Nepal, Kashmir, Bhutan and areas of northern India and Pakistan.
An accomplished biochemical engineer, Tang is an agile entrepreneur and empathetic leader whose career has led him from a start-up to a global enterprise. His most recent work as president and CEO of OraSure Technologies, Inc., impacted the lives of not just the users of its live-saving diagnostic devices, but those who worked alongside him and were guided by his mentorship.
As assistant professor of marketing, Cesareo was named among the Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors by Poets & Quants for 2022. Her research focuses on the psychological processes that influence consumer behavior toward authentic and counterfeit luxury products. She also examines the integral role that emotions play in consumer decision-making and marketing-related outcomes.
A member of Student Senate, Coster co-founded The Douglas Dialogues, a club that strives to provoke respectful, difficult and honest dialogue about sociocultural and political issues, with Raihan Alam ’23. For the 2022 U.S midterm elections, Coster consolidated a number of political groups on campus into one named Lehigh Votes to organize Civic Engagement Day: 2022 Midterms with the goal of getting as many Lehigh students as possible to vote.
Lehigh’s Special Collections has digitized Lee Iaccocca’s speeches for broader access.
Lehigh Launch offers experiential, place based learning and fosters immersive, integrative, active, and cooperative learning for students with curious minds and independent spirits.
Eckardt Scholars study book binding; the process of physically assembling books by hand.
Gallery exhibit features photos and reflections providing insight into the experiences of first-generation students on Lehigh’s campus.